Consultation Hub

Welcome to the Sutton Council Consultation Finder. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • Sutton Information and Advice Hub User Research

    Sign up to take part in User Research! The Council is looking into how we can improve online access for residents and professionals to details on local services, information and advice. We would like to talk to residents about how they are currently looking for services that are... More

    Closes 5 March 2021

  • Draft Sutton Sustainable Transport Strategy 2020-2025 Consultation

    Why we are consulting? We are consulting on a new Sustainable Transport Strategy (STS) for the London Borough of Sutton. This new STS replaces the one published in 2015 and sets out how we will consider ways to facilitate and encourage a greater use of walking, cycling, and public... More

    Closes 25 March 2021

  • Wrythe Green Conservation Area Character Appraisal

    The council is seeking your views on a new Wrythe Green Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Plan, to ensure only development of the very highest quality takes place in the area. To view the draft Wrythe Green Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Plan,... More

    Closes 25 March 2021

  • Cheam Village Conservation Area Character Appraisal

    The council is seeking your views on a new Cheam Village Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Plan, which aims to ensure only development of the very highest quality takes place in the village. To view the draft Cheam Village Conservation Area Character Appraisal and... More

    Closes 25 March 2021

  • Beddington Parks Conservation Area Character Appraisal

    The Council is seeking your views on a new Beddington Parks Conservation Area Character Appraisal and Management Plan to ensure only development of the very highest quality takes place. The document covers the following conservation areas: Beddington Park Conservation Area ... More

    Closes 25 March 2021

Closed Consultations

  • Proposed 20mph speed limit on Crossways, The Gallop (part) and The Downsway - T29012/21

    Following representations from some residents of Crossways concerned about the speed and volume of traffic, the Council is proposing to implement a 20mph speed limit in Crossways, The Gallop (part) and The Downsway. These issues were discussed and approved at the Sutton South, Cheam and... More

    Closed 24 February 2021

  • St Helier Open Space - Help us shape the vision

    Local parks and open spaces have never been so important for our physical and mental health. We’re working with your local community to improve St Helier Open Space. Please complete this short survey to tell us how you currently use the Open Space, how you would like to use it, and what... More

    Closed 14 February 2021

  • Response Form for The Draft South London Waste Plan Consultation

    The Draft South London Waste Plan 2021-2036, sets out the councils’ strategy for waste management and waste facilities across the four boroughs. It safeguards sites to ensure that the councils’ national policy requirements and London Plan targets are met. It includes policies to guide waste... More

    Closed 22 October 2020

  • SHP Recycling Project: Mill Green survey

    We are planning to make some changes to the way recycling and rubbish is stored on Mill Green. The changes will be made in Autumn 2020 and are designed to: 1. Improve the look of Mill Green 2. Help residents recycle more household waste and throw less away Background ... More

    Closed 6 October 2020

  • SHP Recycling Project: Denmark Gardens survey

    We are planning to make some changes to the way recycling and rubbish is stored on Denmark Gardens, Carshalton. The changes will be made in Autumn 2020 and are designed to: 1. Improve the look of the estate 2. Help residents recycle more household waste and throw less away ... More

    Closed 6 October 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We asked what residents' priorities were for how to spend the Neighbourhood Fund to improve community infrastructure.

You said

You indicated priorities, voted on council-proposed projects and gave your own suggestions for improvements to fund.

We did

We are using the feedback to make a list of projects recommended for funding approval. We are also reporting suggested improvements to service departments.

We asked

We asked tenants of our new Council Housing what they thought of their new homes and amenities.

You said

You said that overall you were very pleased with your new homes. The full set of results are currently being analysed.

We did

Once all the results have been analysed, the findings will feed into the designs of future new build Council Housing.

We asked

Sutton Council asked to hear your opinion to better understand views towards domestic abuse and local services in the community.

We wanted to find out how we can improve services and make sure that it is easy for residents to access the support they might need, at the right time. 

 

You said

We received a great deal of information which we can review and work towards improving. Three key points from the survey include a need for:

1. A clearer understanding on where to go or who to contact for domestic abuse help if needed. 

2. Details on where to go for help if concerned about your own behaviour. 

3. The majority of residents feel they can speak to an independent domestic violence adviser (IDVA) about their circumstances most comfortably. 

We did

The Domestic Abuse Strategic Partnership Board are reviewing recommendations in light of the survey responses and the COVID-19 pandemic. These recommendations include the need for a perpetrator campaign to raise awareness on where to go for help for those concerned about their own behaviour. The Board has also been recommended to agree a sole point of contact for those needing help so we can promote where residents should go for help if needed to avoid any confusion. 

Finally from 1 July following a period of no face-to-face domestic abuse services, we are able to offer face-to-face appointments with our IDVAs for those who need to speak to someone and get help and guidance.